OCA Magazine: Tell us, please, about yourself and your creative activity / work

Karina Muliar: I was born and raised in Chisinau. Graduated from a music school, then from the Academy of Arts. In 1991 my family moved to live in Israel. Here I graduated from the Batzalel Art Academy, I teach fine arts at a secondary school and started writing in 2010.

The death of my father had influenced the fact that I began to study literature seriously, oddly enough. He was an example for me in everything.

I write and publish short stories.

OCA: How did you choose your path and who is your role model in the creative space or life? 

KM: I started writing by chance. I consider my father to be my teacher in everything. Story ideas come naturally.

Almost nothing is connected either with me or with my life. Only apparently a rich imagination and a desire to tell something, to save from something, to feel sad or think about different things.

OCA: What is the main feature that makes you and your art/work unique?

KM: Since I am a professional musician and artist, I try to write in such a way that readers hear the music of the word, feel the form of the work and its colours. I’m also a member of the Writers Guild.

OCA: Tell us, please, about the events of the Eurasian Creative Guild (London) and projects that you have already taken part in and how does ECG influence your creativity and success in your work?

KM: Unfortunately, I haven’t participated yet in any event personally due to the pandemic. I hope that the world will return to normal existence and this will become possible.

I have attended only a few online conferences.

I hope to personally visit various events and competitions in the future.

OCA: What is your motivation and the main aim of your creativity?

KM: Motivation for me is my ideas that appear in my head in the form of sentences, phrases or some kind of pictures. The purpose of my creativity is that as many people as possible stop and think about such eternal things as friendship, love, relationships between people.

OCA: What would you wish for the members of the Guild and other creative people, just starting their career?

KM: I want to wish all members of the Guild health, peace and more creative achievements. I would like to wish people who are starting their career to read more classics.To think about what they write about and how.

Do not chase the one-day fashion for any reading matter, but bring your own individual to the masses.

But the most important thing today is health and peace. I want to tell everyone, perhaps a banal phrase: People! I love all of you.